The Key to Being Likable, Trusted, and Rehired as a Speaker

I always tell speakers, “Don’t speak for standing ovations; speak for standing invitations.” In other words, be so effective that they bring you back time and time again. There’s a better chance of this occurring if your audience finds you likable, trustworthy, and motivational.

They need to know that your advice will work for them like it worked for you.

Watch the following video lesson and see the major mistake that many speakers make and how you can do the opposite so you can enjoy the rewards of being booked over and over again.

Your Turn

What’s one process that you lift up and how do you lift it?

 

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Craig Valentine

As a motivational speaker I've been fortunate to have spoken in over 20 countries, and back in 1999 Toastmasters International awarded me the World Champion of Public Speaking.

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